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Deadly Russian missile strikes hit Ukrainian city - as nursery among buildings damaged

Sky News Saturday, 6 April 2024
At least eight people have been killed and 12 more wounded after Russian missile strikes hit the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, according to local officials.
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Welcome to Fan Reviews News. Reports have just come in that Russian missile strikes on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv have resulted in at least six deaths and numerous injuries. According to local officials, Russian forces carried out the attacks overnight using drones and missiles, causing extensive...

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At least 11 people killed as Russian attacks intensify in northeastern Ukraine

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A controversial mobilisation law took effect on Saturday as Kyiv struggles to recruit troops amid a new Russian offensive threatening Kharkiv, the second-largest city.

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Putin’s Scare in Kharkiv Grows: Zelensky Signs New Law Allowing Prisoners to Join Military [Video]

Putin’s Scare in Kharkiv Grows: Zelensky Signs New Law Allowing Prisoners to Join Military

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has ratified a new law allowing certain prisoners to be paroled if they agree to enlist in the country's military. This legislation, aimed at bolstering Ukraine's military ranks, comes in response to the significant challenges the nation faces in its conflict with Russia. The details of the new law were published on the official website of the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada. Initially submitted to the legislature in March, the bill is part of a broader effort by Ukraine to replenish its military forces. The legislation enables Ukrainian inmates to voluntarily enlist on a contractual basis and serve as long as martial law is in effect. The law specifically applies to convicts with three years or less remaining on their original prison sentences. #Zelensky #Ukraine #UkraineWar #RussiaUkraineConflict #Kharkiv #Putin #MilitaryRecruitment #PrisonerEnlistment #WarLaw #MartialLaw #UkraineDefense #Mobilization #ConflictNews #EasternEurope #GlobalNews ~PR.152~ED.103~

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Ukraine starts conscripting younger men for war as battles continue around Kharkiv [Video]

Ukraine starts conscripting younger men for war as battles continue around Kharkiv

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Putin Troops' Rampage In Kharkiv's Starytsya Village,Ukrainian Forces Chased Away in Dramatic Battle [Video]

Putin Troops' Rampage In Kharkiv's Starytsya Village,Ukrainian Forces Chased Away in Dramatic Battle

In a significant development, Russia announced that its troops have liberated the village of Starytsya near Vovchansk in the Kharkiv region as part of a new offensive launched last week. The Russian Defense Ministry stated that their units have advanced deep into Ukrainian defenses. This comes as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky highlights the urgent need for advanced air defense systems, revealing that Kyiv currently has only a quarter of the required defenses. #RussiaUkraineWar #Russia #Ukraine #Kharkiv #KharkivVillage #Ukrainians #Russians #Starytsya #VladimirPutin #VolodymyrZelenskyy #Oneindia ~PR.274~ED.101~

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